Tag: emergency medical services
Invest In Yourself By Starting Your Education Career Now. Mid Sessions Begin on May 9
Are you thinking about going back to school? The New Year came and went and you still hadn’t made a firm decision about what you wanted to do? Now it’s Spring and everything is blooming and here in Florida we have great weather unlike our nort..Read More
The 4 Entry-Level Healthcare Careers in Highest Demand for 2017
Entry-level healthcare jobs are great for serious students looking for a quick and rewarding career change. The field is growing faster than most others, which means there are thousands of opportunities for those with the right education and training..Read More
Considering a Career in Emergency Medical Services? Become a Paramedic!
The job of a Paramedic is one of the most important jobs out there and the demand for qualified paramedics is only expected to grow in the coming years. A Paramedic is usually the first person on the scene after an accident, a catastrophe, or a na..Read More
Emergency Medical Services : a Career for a Hero!
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and Paramedics are in high demand. The field in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is expanding not only in Florida, but throughout the U.S. With the increase of our older population in the U.S., opportunities in t..Read More
Saving Lives With A Career In Emergency Medical Services
Can you imagine saving lives every day, just by doing your job? That is the daily reality for emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics, and it could be yours too. These emergency health care providers work in ambulances, with firefighters..Read More
Intro to EMT Equipment
An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic is an allied medical professional whose career is dedicated to helping the sick or injured. It’s one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs on the planet. Working as an EMT or paramedic require..Read More
The History of Emergency Medicine
The story of emergency medicine begins on the battlefield. “He who desires to practice surgery must go to war,” wrote Hippocrates, the famous doctor of ancient Greece, in 400 BCE. Soldiers had to deal with all the same health issues as civilians..Read More